raise your hands, please, how many of you all think it would be a good idea if there were more women in politics? they all raise their hand. i mean, i've never had a group that was like, no, i don't think it matters. they all get it, and they all raise their hand. so, but then i follow it up, of course, with the question, okay, so now raise your hands, tell me who's going to run. which of you are going to run? so in this one group in israel, one girl raised her hand, and i asked the other ones, why are you not going to run? and the girl said, i'm a behind the scenes person. you know, shelley -- it wasn't shelley in israel, i can't think of the israeli name, but shelley would do a fabulous job. i, i'll help shelley campaign, and shelley's like, oh, no, not me. let's talk to, you know, barbara over here, she could do a good job. so running start is all about changing that. it's about letting these girls feel that they have real responsibility to step up and to change problems.